Saskatoon resident Gary Morrison is pissed off with the Public Health system, Saskatchewan eHealth and Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) after going through a glitch when attempting to retrieve his spouse’s COVID-19 vaccination QR code.
Gary’s mornings are wanting a little bit completely different these days.
He wakes up on daily basis since he and his spouse, Emily Morrison, acquired vaccinated, and tries to go onto the Saskatchewan eHealth web site to get Emily’s vaccination QR code.
Her vaccination standing does present up on the web site however there’s a glitch that doesn’t enable her to obtain the proof of vaccination code.
Her account exhibits the identical error each time.
“It says no vaccine on report, name the assist line, which I’ve known as in September and each week since till now. I’ve had 10 remembers and no person may also help,” stated Gary.
In keeping with Gary, he was at one level advised to fill out a kind that ended up having nothing to do together with his scenario.
After speaking to the three well being organizations, he nonetheless has not acquired solutions for his spouse’s concern.
“Any person else says I’ll get again to you tomorrow, you get a cellphone name again tomorrow, ‘I’m nonetheless engaged on it,’ after which she’s purported to have known as in the present day, yesterday, [they] by no means known as. So it’s like this for weeks on finish,” stated Gary.
The couple acquired vaccinated on the similar location, at nearly the very same time, however Gary had no drawback getting his QR code, in contrast to his spouse.
World Information contacted SHA to came upon concerning the concern.
“We’re conscious of points associated to COVID-19 immunization data lacking doses or having inaccurate data. Anybody who could also be affected by this could submit this form by eHealth to have their report corrected.”
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